Conservation

Wild Bison on Montana’s Horizon

Why would anybody oppose restoring at least some of the West’s most iconic animals to the wild? Much of the opposition boils down to competition for grass: bison eat pretty much what cattle eat. But the time when wild bison …

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Planet at the Crossroads
How to Improve the Stream Protection Rule

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Friends of Wildlife

My Time as an AmeriCorps Volunteer with NWF

Many recent graduates, looking for a position in order to use their newly acquired degrees, search the AmeriCorps job postings in search of a golden opportunity. I was completely unaware of AmeriCorps and the amazing work that they do, but …

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And The 2015 NWF Affiliate of the Year Award Goes To…
5 Reasons Why Oil and Water Don’t Mix for Wildlife

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Global Warming

New Methane Rule Advances Climate Action, Protects Wildlife

Today, August 18th, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed critical new performance standards to limit methane pollution from the oil and gas industry, our nation’s largest emitter of this pollution. The rule will help tackle climate change and have both …

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4 Things You Need to Know About the Clean Power Plan
Offshore Wind Powers Local Jobs

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Gardening

Five Ways of Making Your Lawn Better

Fall is a great time to get your yard ready for the next growing season. The cooling temperatures often make working outside less taxing, and some of the late-blooming plants in your yard provide a great opportunity to get a close …

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New Seattle Community Wildlife Habitat
Austin, Texas Creates Habitat for the Declining Monarch Butterfly

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Get Involved

Hog Factory Threatens Fish and Wildlife on Buffalo National Scenic River in Arkansas

In a natural wonderland in northwestern Arkansas, the Buffalo National Scenic River runs through picturesque terrain that serves as a home to a number of endangered species, including the Gray Bat. But now, a massive hog factory poses an ecosystem …

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We’ve Always Been a City for the Birds
North Carolina Plants Trees for Wildlife

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Kids and Nature

Discovery Hill: An Outdoor Learning Laboratory

The importance of children having outdoor learning spaces at schools is well established. Outdoor classrooms are effective for applied science education, inquiry-based learning, physical and emotional health, and brain function. They are also effective at keeping America’s increasingly ‘indoor kids’ in …

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USA and Taiwan Students Work Together to Address Environmental Issues
Three Steps to Supercharge Your Bedtime Stories with Wildlife

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Outdoor Activities

Four Ways to Get in the Flow and Enjoy Wildlife

Creating lasting memories in nature starts with experiencing the beauty of wildlife, and wildlife depend on water! Poll after poll shows that Americans care about clean water for fish and wildlife, for outdoor recreation, and for healthy drinking water, but …

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Where is Everyone? Growing the Next Generation Outdoors
5 Under 5: Add (Lightweight) Fun To Your Campout

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Wildlife

Wild Bison on Montana’s Horizon

Why would anybody oppose restoring at least some of the West’s most iconic animals to the wild? Much of the opposition boils down to competition for grass: bison eat pretty much what cattle eat. But the time when wild bison …

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Rainn Wilson (and Ranger Rick) Want You to Help Build a Wildlife Crossing to Save Mountain Lions
Celebrating the Return of the Wolf to California

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